Analytical Chemist resume example with 11+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary
Results-oriented professional with 7+ years of laboratory experience, possessing exceptional knowledge in analytical chemistry. My competencies include: method optimization, method development, research collaboration/support, training, compliance, laboratory analyses, project budgeting, technical service
  • Pesticides, Dioxins, Drugs, and Mycotoxins Developed new analytical techniques
  • Proficient in GC-MS, GC-MS/MS, GC-HRMS, GPC/SEC Experience in GLPs, SOPs, QMiS, and LIMS
  • Highly-skilled extractions
  • Tuning, running, and processing data
  • 28 publications in scientific journals
  • Team Leader and Incident Commander
  • Residue determination
  • Residue determination
  • Trained in lab safety
  • Tuning and calibration
  • Quantitation for quantitative analysis
Work History
05/2009 to Current Analytical Chemist Entegris, Inc. | Burnet, TX,
  • Proficient in both nonfat and fatty food item protocols.
  • Learned and performed various SOPs within the different divisions ensuring quality control and quality assurance (QC/QA) standards were achieved.
  • Performed selective monitoring to achieve consumer protection while utilizing good laboratory practices (GLPs).
  • Method development, optimization, verification, and validation to increase the lab's analytical versatility.
  • Participated in the ORA Chemistry Mobile Laboratory coordinating preventative food testing as well as national disaster response - Roles included: Sample Preparation Leader, Team Leader, Safety Officer, and Incident Commander.
  • Duties included overseeing team with awareness of FDA standards of conduct, arranging logistics with headquarters, and maintaining liaisons with Federal, State, and local governments and industry.
  • NOAA Method Core Analytical Team - national conference calls.
  • FDA Content Advisory Group - improved the operation and curriculum of national training courses, provided guidance on operational policies and procedures, recommended business plans, and conducted market research.
  • Collaborate with the Total Diet and Pesticide Research Center - plan and execute complex chemical studies, adapting, modifying, and improving approaches to meet specific analytical needs.
Expected in 2009 Bachelor of Arts | Chemistry The University of Missouri, Columbia, MO GPA:
  • Emphasis in [Subject]
Additional Information
  • RESEARCH Publications available upon request AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 7 Promotions (Grade and Series) 23+ Awards (Including FDA Scientific Achievement Awards, Group awards, Exceptional ratings on performance, and individual awards)
Job Related Training: Consumer Safety Officer Training- Week # 1: 10/05/09-10/09/09, Week #2: 10/19/09-10/23/09 (Evidence & Proof, Interviewing Techniques, Affidavits, Sample Collection, Sample Processing, Collection Reports, Quality Management System) MP101 Basic Food and Drug Law, Orlando, FL 8/9-13/2010 MP102 Evidence Development, Orlando, FL 8/16-20/2010 MP118 ORA Personal Safety, Orlando, FL 8/23-27/2010 LB236 Regulatory Science, Bethesda, MD 11/2-5/2010 LB237 Regulatory Chemistry, Atlanta, GA (SRL) 8/29/2011-9/2/2011 LB205 Basic Mass Spectrometry, Irvine, CA (PRL-SW) 3/11-15/2013 LB241 Separation Science, Irvine, CA (PRL-SW) 4/29/12 - 5/3/13 LB403 Advanced Mass Spectrometry, CFSAN 2/23-28/2014 LB305 Advanced Chromatography, NRL 5/6-9/2014 LB508 FDA/FERN Chemistry Training for GC-MS (FERN-CHE.0006.01: Drug and Poisons Screening using Acidic and Basic Extraction with GC-MS), Arizona Department of Health Services, 12/16-18/2014 ICS-100- Introduction to the Incident Command System 10/30/2012 IS-200.b – ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents 11/5/2012 IS-700.a – National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction 11/29/2014 IS-800.b – National Response Framework, An Introduction 10/16/2009 ER300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents, Kansas City, MO 11/6-8/2012  

FDA Content Advisory Group  ORA Chemistry Mobile Lab Committee Science Pioneers –Judge American Chemical Society - Active member of local and regional meetings Editorial Advisory Board Member (EABM) for Bentham Science - Reviewer- Peer-review manuscripts submitted for publication

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  • Bachelor of Arts

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